A court hearing was canceled Thursday and the Idaho Democratic Party announced that it had entered into settlement talks with the state in its lawsuit seeking to bar Secretary of State Lawerence Denney from releasing Idaho voter information to a Trump commission. If the talks don’t “arrive at a mutually beneficial conclusion, then the hearing would be back on,” said party spokesman Dean Ferguson. He added that neither side can comment on the talks while they’re under way. “They are talking in good faith,” Ferguson said, and the party has been assured that the Idaho voter data won’t be released while the talks are under way. You can read my full story here at spokesman.com. Scott Graf, spokesman for the Idaho Attorney General’s office, said the office...
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Court hearing off; Dems, state in settlement talks over voter info request